the Senate charts its course, Aurélien Pradié plays solo
ANALYSIS – The deputy of the Republicans is once again suspected of wanting to dig his furrow in defiance of the collective.
On the eve ofa vast social movement whose ambition is to paralyze France, the Senate continued on Monday the examination of the pension reform in a climate of “soft obstruction”, as the president of the centrist senators, Hervé Marseille, says.
Despite a slight slowdown linked to the fact that the left, symbolically, did not wish to address article 7 on the postponement of the legal age to 64 years before the day of the great national mobilization of March 7, the senatorial majority continues on its way. by placing his markers.
The creation of a senior CDI, aimed at promoting employment for the over 60s, was adopted on Monday morning, after the vote of the senior index during the night and the adoption, on Sunday, of an amendment asking the executive to examine the idea of a partial capitalization of the pension contributions of employees and the self-employed.
At the same time as the Assembly, three deputies who are members of the Republicans invited their LR colleagues to participate in a meeting with the Secretary General…